Gunita Thethy

Director

Delhi

Gunita is Director and Head of Business Intelligence at Control Risks’ South Asia practice, based in New Delhi. She is responsible for a wide range of investigative due diligence, fraud and business intelligence engagements. She has advised clients on risks specific to Japan and the Southeast Asia region.

  • Asia Pacific
  • 3rd Party / Partner Due Diligence
  • Business Intelligence
  • Compliance Due Diligence


Gunita is Director and Head of Business Intelligence at Control Risks’ South Asia practice, based in New Delhi. She is responsible for a wide range of investigative due diligence, fraud and business intelligence engagements. She has advised clients on risks specific to Japan and the Southeast Asia region.


Examples of Gunita's recent work include:
  • Undertaken a wide range of integrity due diligence and business intelligence engagements, assessing opportunities and risks in relation to acquisitions and new associations across South Asia.
  • Project managed a whistle-blower investigation in relation to allegations of money laundering, bribery and fraud in Sri Lanka, which involved the use of business intelligence gathering, data analytics and forensic accounting.


Prior to joining Control Risks, Gunita was a director in FTI’s Global Risks and Investigations practice in Tokyo and Singapore, where she was responsible for operations and team development. Prior to FTI, Gunita was head of telecommunications for Business Monitor International, a London-based competitor intelligence firm, where she was responsible for providing market insights linked with macroeconomic trends for multinationals, governments and financial institutions to help their global strategic and investment decisions. Before that, she was a business correspondent for Nikkei Business, a Japanese-language publication, covering FTSE100 companies.

Gunita has a bachelor’s degree in Chinese and Japanese studies from University of Leeds and a master's in Pacific Asian studies from SOAS, University of London. She is a native English speaker and also speaks Japanese.

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